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[Killietalk] Re: Dithers
Thanks for the replies so far, but I got my answer when I arrived home
from work. Results : In the case of australes, the answer is maybe - they were
both out of hiding. As for the F. cinnamomeum, the answer is NO - the female
guppy was hiding in the top corner and the male was thoroughly shredded hiding
in the back corner - still no sign of either killie. I removed the guppies back
to their tank.
I guess my Epiplatys have spoiled me. They are always out and will come
to the front whenever they see me. One thing that ocurred to me is that I got
the Epis as eggs and hatched them so maybe they never had a chance to develop
skittishness. I've never had fish hide more than 24 hours before, so I guess
it's just something I'll have to adjust to.
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